Archive for October 10th, 2008

Obama’s Latest Ayers Dodge: I Thought He’d Been Rehabilitated

We have an update in the ever-shifting sands of Barack Obama’s position and story on his terrorist associate Bill Ayers. First Obama said Ayers was “just some guy in the neighborhood.” Then, after that didn’t fly, it was something like “Yeah, but we didn’t really work together much.” Then it was something like, “Yeah, but […]

The Difference Between Republicans and Democrats

A friend sent me this today. You might have seen this before, but it remains a very powerful illustration not only of the difference between Democrats and Republicans, but the difference between liberalism and conservatism. The scenario played out in this story is a great illustration of the affirmative-action-type politics and wealth-redistribution politics so lovingly […]

Barack Obama and ACORN

John McCain is now hitting Barack Obama on his connections to the corrupt ACORN organization.

Connecticut Court the Latest to Hijack Marriage

According to MSNBC and other outlets, the Supreme Court of Connecticut has taken it on itself to redefine “marriage” to include the union of two homosexuals. Justices overturned a lower court ruling and found in favor of the plaintiffs, who said the state’s marriage law discriminates against them because it applies only to heterosexual couples, […]

Newsbusted Conservative Comedy 10/10/2008

Topics in today’s show: –Democrats tell voters McCain may die in office –A radio reporter gets fired for wearing Obama t-shirt to cover a rally –Kim Jong Il finally makes public appearance, and –Kathy Griffin sues website named after her Starring: Jodi MillerDirector: Bruce RoundtowerExecutive Producer: Matthew Sheffield NewsBusted is a comedy webcast about the […]

Real Americans Terrify the Media

Isn’t it amazing that the “mainstream” media still insists on calling themselves “mainstream” and “objective” and “fair?” I don’t think most people believe that, but there may be enough naive people who still do to sway an election. The average American simply finds it hard to accept that media “professionals” would so brazenly distort their […]

Coming to America

American Minute from William J. Federer Marco Polo traveled in 1271 to meet Kublai Khan, grandson of Ghengis Khan, who was Emperor of China, Korea, North India, Persia, Russia and Hungary. Emperor Kublai Khan had requested Christian teachers, but only two preaching friars were sent by Pope Gregory X, and they turned back in fear […]

Blind Ambition and Bad Judgment

Barack Obama has plenty of ambition, but is short on leadership. The latest McCain ad hits Obama on his judgment, citing his association with domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, and the complicity of the Democrats in the subprime crisis.

Rapid City Doctors Address Medical Concerns Over Pro-Life Measure held a press conference at their office in Rapid City at noon yesterday to discuss the Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) which has been in the news lately. Opponents of Initiated Measure 11 claim this fetal problem could not be treated under IM 11 without placing the doctor in legal jeopardy. Several doctors spoke today […]

Chris Matthews Builds the Thrill for Obama

Isn’t it a thrilling thing when a newsman just can’t contain his bias anymore? The professionalism…the integrity…they just go flying out the window along with that facade of self-control. Matthews is unfettered! He’s liberated! How liberating it must be for Chris Matthews to be so…unencumbered by objectivity. No longer feeling bound by the pretense most […]

Right to Life Pioneer Issues Statement Supporting South Dakota Pro-Life Measure

Dr. J.C. Willke sent the letter below out in response to the opposition from South Dakota Right to Life which has become known to the general public in recent days. Dr. Wilke is one of the pioneers of the pro-life movement To: All South Dakota Pro-Lifers From: J. C. Willke, M.D. 7634 Pineglen Drive, Cincinnati, […]

Sarah Palin Draws Crowd of 10,000 or More

The Wilmington News Journal of Ohio says Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin drew a crowd of 10,000 to 11,000. Wow! I didn’t know you could get that many people with good taste all in one place! Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin drew an estimated crowd of 10,000 to 11,000 Thursday at Roberts Convention […]

Stand with John McCain

Do you stand with John McCain? These folks do

On SD Right to Life Opposition to Initiated Measure 11

South Dakota Right to Life’s opposition to Initiated Measure 11 is creating a lot of buzz right now. Their recent newsletter had an ad or statement on the back page in opposition to IM 11. While pro-abortionists are, predictably, doing their best to spin this as “implosion in the pro-life community” and such drivel, it […]